COVID-19 still widespread in Oakland, Alameda County.
COVID-19 cases surged in Oakland in December 2020.
Temporary closures and restrictions will help slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep hospitals functioning, officials say.
Oakland has surpassed 10,000 COVID-19 cases. According to the Alameda County Public Health Department, Oakland has 10,175 coronavirus cases. The County has 27,485. Statewide there have been 1.2 million cases and over 18,000 deaths. Countywide,[Read more]
The surge in COVID-19 cases could lead to increase hospitalizations and overwhelm the health system.
Hospitals, clinics could be overwhelmed by a COVID-19 surge during flu season.
New cases of COVID-19 in Alameda County seem to be slowing down after spiking multiple times this summer. As of this weekend, Alameda County has 22,149 COVID-19 cases. Oakland has 8,671 coronavirus cases. In Alameda[Read more]
An Oakland events space is being criticized for remaining open and serving groups hardest hit by the pandemic.
Events may include lectures, film screenings, theatrical productions, and more.
Outdoor activities, services can resume, but cannot require clients to remove face coverings.